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Feminism: our basis for unity

Contains information and tools informed by decades of women's experiences and understanding of feminism and the feminist movement. Intended as a discussion guide for women and organizations involved or interested in equality-seeking work.

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Published: 2003
Cyberfeminism: from theory to practice

Defines 'cyberfeminism' and discusses the role the Internet can play in the women's movement.

Published: 2006
Women's movements and state feminism: integrating diversity into public policy

Examines the relationship between women's movements and state feminism in order to explore the opportunities and constraints for integrating diversity questions into public policy making.

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Published: 2001
Young women speak out: 1992 symposium report
Identifies priority issues raised by young women: racism, self-esteem, education, feminism and sexism, the media, disabilities, teenage mothers and poverty, and violence.
Published: 1992
Practicing feminist ethics in psychology
Describes feminist ethics in psychology to a broad number of arenas such as teaching, cases of dual or overlapping relationships, antiracist and multicultural education, research, forensic work, and technology.
Published: 1999
Gender, race, and nation: a global perspective
Discusses opening scholarship to the experiences of women in all of their diversity, making links between the differences in local contexts and global contexts, and relating to other women with the understanding of each woman's relative position in terms of power and privilege to facilitate coalition building and develop strategies to address issues of common concern to usher in a just and caring world for all.
Published: 2002
Making new feminisms: a conversation between a feminist mother and daughter
Voix Féministes/Feminist Voices Number 6. This paper evolved from conversations between a mother and daughter on how feminism has affected their lives and understanding of the world in which they operate. The authors look at this question in the context of the literature on 'mothering,' and apply this and their own relationship to the issue of 'generation' within the women's movement. The central issue that is discussed in this context is that of learning and resistance, and patterns of authority and power that have evolved in the feminist movement.
Published: 1999
50 ways to improve women's lives: the essential women's guide for achieving equality, health, and success
Addresses topics that affect women on a personal and political level, and provides readers with ways to move beyond arguments and turn inspiration into action.
Published: 2005
Manmade breast cancers
Provides a critque of environmental damage and the health of women's bodiesé
Published: 2001
Towards a feminist political economy
Examines how gender-based analysis and feminist approaches can inform and infuse international social justice activism. (See Details)
Published: 2005